Tunisia Ferries' Habib (Arabic for 'love') was built by Werft Nobiskrug at Rendsburg in 1978 for services between Tunisia, France and Italy. Now aged 32 and having endured years of punishing use, she remains remarkably intact and is a wonderful surviving example of a West German-built ferry of the 1970s. Inboard, she's adorned with a remarkable array of fascinating paintings, tapestries and art works using Arabic calligraphy.
The nightclub - dark blue and cool in every respect
Cruet sets and an orange sofa in the restaurant
The lovely lido cafe and terrace - a unique feature on a ferry
Cabin details and shower cubicle in bright green
Splendid Tunisian tapestries adorning the hallway in First Class
Scenes from the souk in the Second Class hallway
A fine array of pictograms